Events
 A Conversation with Jane Goodall on the Wildlife Poaching Crisis in Africa
A Conversation with Jane Goodall on the Wildlife Poaching Crisis in Africa
March 13, 2014Preston Auditorium, World Bank Main Complex
1818 H St NW, Washington DC

Renowned naturalist Jane Goodall has dedicated her life to improving global understanding and treatment of great apes through research, public education and advocacy. She will present her world as an adventurer, scientist, and devotee of nature and her personal experience empowering people to make a difference for all living things. 

Jane will also talk about the wildlife poaching crisis in Africa and possible solutions; her creation of the Roots and Shoots program to bring together a worldwide network of young people as part of the solution; and her upcoming book Seeds of Hope, Wisdom and Wonder from the World of Plants.

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    Jane Goodall

    Founder, The Jane Goodall Institute & United Nations Messenger of Peace
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    Jamal Saghir

    Director, Sustainable Development Network, Africa Region, World Bank Group
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    Magda Lovei

    Sector Manager, Environment, Natural Resources, Water and Disaster Risk Management, World Bank Group
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    Phil Hay

    Moderator, Head of Communications, Africa Region, World Bank Group
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